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Cher's new Christmas album, her bond with Armenia and "the issues that face Armenians" in her new interview with The Guardian

20:19, October 19

In an interview with Cher, The Guardian talked about her Armenian roots and her tweets about "the issues that face Armenians as tensions flair, and a new wave of violence threatens, with its neighbor, Azerbaijan."

American-Armenian singer Cher (Cherilyn Sarkisian) talked to The Guardian about her upcoming new album Christmas, politics and her Armenian roots. The new CD of the singer, 77, will be released on October 20. As the artist assured, "that doesn’t scream ‘Christmas’ every second and isn’t filled with songs you know by name." She added that half of the songs are new.

The news outlet also referred to Cher's political posts. 

She’s equally horrified by the possibility of Trump regaining power. "I almost got an ulcer the last time," she said. "If he gets in, who knows? This time I will leave [the country]."

The Guardian writes, Cher has been tweeting up yet another storm lately about the issues that face Armenians as tensions flair, and a new wave of violence threatens, with its neighbor, Azerbaijan. Cher’s birth father was Armenian and though she didn’t have much of a relationship with him, she later developed a strong identification with that country after a trip she took some years ago to its capital, Yerevan. “When I got there, I thought, ‘Wow, everybody looks like me! How could I not have strong feelings about this?’” she said.

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